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TasCowboy 353119 301 Tasmanian Farm Yard either
Tasmanian Farm Yard
Part of a farming friend's farm yard, Perth, Tasmania July 2000.
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Another shot, from a different angle.
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An extension of the last shot, showing the rest of the building.

I shall have to get on to him to get the roof painted (it could do with it :-)
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Hi TasCowboy,

your pictures have always 500 KB und more. Pictures in your size can have less than 100 kb when you copress your pictures to 80 % with out a great lost of quality.

Also in Europe is a fast internetconetion not everywhere available! :-\

Best
Theo
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Cheers Theo, I shall try to bear this in mind, in the future :-)
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Another shed on this property, used to store machinery (a bit old & ricketty though). Taken in 1989.

In the shed you can see the Page slasher & PZ tedder that I have posted elsewhere + a MF bale loader.
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Another pic taken of the farmyard in 1989, looking back towards one of the cottages & over to the right the old milking shed (now used as a killing shed, for killing the farm meat & dog feed).

In the foreground you can see the Kverneland plough & Falc power harrow (photos of which I have posted elsewhere).
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Another photo of the rear yard, taken in 1998, showing the Agline cultivator , International drill & a Delmade heavy roller (borrowed from a another farmer).

An old shed is off to the left, which has now been pulled down (was an old sheep shed with a plunge dip).
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